I'm alive! Tomorrow, after five exams in one week, I will finally be able to get my break over the Christmas. Three weeks without school. Oh, how I've longed for this. This will give me some well earned time to spend with my friends, some gaming and of course more programming. I have several interesting ideas which have piled up during the weeks. I wanted to list them here, wither for someone else to pick up or to get some feedback on what you guys think looks interesting. Enjoy!
This is the first part of a series of blog posts about my experiences in EVE Online written for evenews24.
I've been playing, or should I say survived, EVE for almost half a year now. From my experiences so far it feels like most people who play this game has been around since the dawn of time. There community seems well established with a lot of well-known facts and histories and a developed lingo. There is a lot I don't get when reading articles on evenews24. This is what encouraged me to write this post. I felt that someone should tell the story from another perspective, from the view of someone who wasn't around when Goons formed, from the eyes of a new player in this vast universe called EVE.